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The New York Post is marking Alex Rodriguez’s first hit in over 17 months with an asterisk. But not everyone is amused.
The 10-year veteran was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on Feb. 27, which makes him eligible to sign with any team before Tuesday’s official start of free agency.
NBA teams are prone to stinkers. They could occur at the tail end of a dense schedule. They could be a side effect of an injury bug. Or maybe one team is vastly superior to the other. In Wednesday’s case, it was none of the above.
The Jets are under new management, and they’ve got their work cut out for them.
The Jets and the Giants figure to be interested in a safety once free agency starts. It just so happens that the best one on the market wouldn’t mind playing for a New York team.
Billy Bean did not take offense to Daniel Murphy’s comments. In fact, he embraced them.
The good vibrations in Orchard Park, N.Y., were a bit tempered Wednesday when a report came out saying that stud tailback LeSean McCoy is is not happy with the trade that sent him to the Bills.
While some of the best players have already been franchise-tagged by their current teams, here’s a look at the 10 best players who will be available in free agency.
Murphy’s mouth is as powerful as his bat. And he should know better than most about the accidental tripwires of the limelight.
All-Star second baseman Daniel Murphy, known for being an ardent Christian, raised some eyebrows when he addressed what Bean had to say.
David Wright isn’t about to apologize for getting on the Mets’ pitching prospect. But he is sorry for how it all went down.
“They’re taking baby steps with me,” Cruz said. “I want to get out there … (There’s) no pain. I trust the structure of (my knee). I trust the way it was rebuilt. It feels very strong.”
It’s time to crawl out from the onerous shadow of Idzik. Assuming Revis comes free, get him, if only to offer real hope for 2015.